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A growing, catastrophic food crisis sows unrest in Venezuela

Clip: 09/01/2016 | 4m 35s

In Venezuela, hundreds of thousands came out in protest against President Nicolas Maduro, whose approval ratings have reached record lows. The cause for discontent: Food is now incredibly scarce and far too expensive to buy, and the hunger is leading to and caused by growing corruption. Nathan Halverson of Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting reports from Caracas.

Aired: 09/01/16

Rating: NR

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